Question about highway riding with a tail bag
I have had a tailbag on my KLR for a couple months now, and I've noticed (since I've recently done much more highway riding) that when I get up to 70-75 mph, the bike starts weaving a bit, especially the front end. It's as if the tailbag catches the wind, and brings the rear down and lightens up the front. Does this happen to anybody else? I found that riding on the highway without it completely changes the ride. I want to take a 300 mile trip, but I need to pack for a few days, and can't take a trip that long while I fight to keep the bike from weaving. And I don't want to drive 60 mph! What is ya'lls take on my dilemma? Would a hard case on the back make a difference? I don't want the side cases...I don't want to pack that much stuff. I only want to carry a backpack and a tailbag.